You’re in the water; we don’t want you to drown so we pull you into the boat with us. Our vessel tosses and turns as we attempt to save you. The craft takes on water; we quickly bail the water out keeping us all afloat. There are rules in the boat; you’re not willing to follow rules so back in the water you go. Now you’re drowning again. We throw you a lifeline once again jeopardizing the safety of everyone in the boat. We almost capsize. The cycle repeats; our small craft slowly deteriorates. We spring a leak, which we try to plug. You dive back in while we make repairs. You return tired and weary and are denied access. Foolishly and selfishly you can’t understand why. Always trying to save someone who is willingly drowning themselves will cause you to become a drowning victim as well.